Presented by: One Love Charity
This ancient art form brings people together! The rangoli making process uses rice flour and chalk to create beautiful patterns on the ground.
Eye-catching patterns are popular for festivals such as Holi, the Festival of Colours. The colourful evanescent folk art, believed to evoke well-being for family and community, invites all.
Join us on 30 January at Te Papa o Ngā Manu Porotakataka in the Mount (concrete play-space at Downtown Mount shops) or some fun rangoli art, and for Tauranga’s biggest Holi festival on 20 February from noon to 4pm at Memorial Park. Free entry.